A new theory of economics is reshaping how people think about
economic systems. This theory, called connectionist economics,
illuminates the simultaneous presence of equilibrium forces and
volatility in economic systems and delineates the relationships
between micro- and macroeconomics.The theory consists of two
opposing connectionist models, representing the demand- and
supply-side of a generic economic system. The demand-side draws on
physiological, psychological, and social inputs, and the
supply-side draws on the economic resources of land, labor, and
capital, which are engaged in a process of continuous mutual
adaptation. Author Georg Schulze examines a number of key variables
that relate to one another directly and via important feedback
loops to produce economic phenomena. He also examines additional
feedback loops and parallel systems that can play a role in public
economies and foreign national economies. Other key topics include:
International trade and the interactions between systems The
production of economic cycles through interactions between networks
The implications of the connectionist theory of economics. Discover
a single theory that provides a different perspective on economics.
"Connectionist Economics" rests on a solid foundation and can
change the world.
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